In casting moves that ought to be familiar for readers of the graphic novels, The Walking Dead will add a trio of new characters on season two. All will be related to the survivors' arrival at Hershel’s Farm and are described by AMC as follows: Hershel: A older veterinarian. Maggie: Hershel's daughter, Maggie, possesses made horseback-riding ability. Otis: Middle-aged ranch foreman with a sensitive side. These individuals will join Michonne as new additions to The Walking Dead when it returns, hopefully in late 2011. http://www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/the-walking-dead-casting-for-three-characters/
As The Walking Dead's short but highly celebrated first season comes to a close, series star Andrew Lincoln still can't quite wrap his head around the massive success of the AMC zombie drama. "I don't think any of us expected this. In our best-possible-case scenarios, this isn't even close," the British actor tells us with a laugh. "It feels really unprecedented because the response has been so positive and affectionate. It's amazing. When you make something, you just hope that people will get why you wanted to do it or what you got from the script. But I don't think I've ever felt such an extraordinary reaction [where viewers] got what we intended to make. It feels great." To Read More Click Here.
WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the Season 1 finale of The Walking Dead as well as information about the comic book series upon which the show is based. Read at your own risk. As if staying alive during weeks of zombie attacks wasn't enough, The Walking Dead's harried band of survivors found themselves having to escape from what they thought was a safe haven in the Season 1 finale. After being cautiously welcomed into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta by Dr. Edwin Jenner (guest star Noah Emmerich), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the survivors thought they'd turned a corner on their horror. But soon after they locked themselves in, they learned that the CDC, which had been testing brain samples in hopes of developing a cure for the zombie outbreak, was out of power and therefore automatically rigged to self-destruct. To Read More Click Here.
Corpse disposal was much on the minds of the Walking Dead characters in last night’s episode, "Wildfire," following the campfire massacre of the preceding week. The show’s simple, but contentious, conundrum? What to do with the bodies of loved ones that could turn into zombies who love the taste of bodies? The answers were varied. While Andrea took a heartbroken age to shoot Amy, Norman Reedus’ Daryl wasted no time pickaxeing in the head any corpse that moved, or at least looked like it might do so. Meanwhile, poor Jim was left to zombie-ficate by the side of the road as the rest of the diminished band of survivors headed off to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (which, as I’ve noted elsewhere, really seems to have been sleeping on the job with regard to both control and prevention. I will be extremely disappointed if Noah Emmerich’s CDC scientist gets a bonus this Christmas). To Read More Click Here.
Here is a sneak peek and check out the first photos of the finale episode of THE WALKING DEAD "TS-19? Episode 6 which airs Sunday December 5 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis: Rick and the group are allowed into the CDC, by a strange doctor. But all is not what it seems in their newfound haven. To Read More Click here.